What’s New?

Check out these new titles in the Teen Corner at the Moline Public Library. Click on the title to go to the catalog to find the book or place a hold.

Speed of Life by Carol Weston
Kate is the only person Sofia can confide in after losing her mom. Even though Kate is only an advice columnist from Fifteen magazine, she’s grateful to have someone to confide in about everything—someone who is completely, wonderfully anonymous. Until Sofia’s dad introduces her to his new girlfriend, Katherine Baird, a.k.a., Dear Kate…

Blood Rose Rebellion by Rosalyn Eves (Blood Rose Rebellion, Book One)
Anna is a member of the Luminate, powerful users of magic. But she is Barren, unable to perform the simplest spells. When she accidentally breaks her sister’s debutante spell, she finds herself banished to Hungary. There she finds that nothing is quite as it seems. Rebellion is growing against the Luminate, and Anna’s unique ability to break spells could decide the fate of the entire world. She only has to decide which side she’s on.

The Inconceivable Life of Quinn by Marianna Baer
Quinn is sixteen, the daughter of a politician, and pregnant. She’s also, to the best of her knowledge, still a virgin. When word gets out, her father’s career, her relationship with her boyfriend, and her reputation are all threatened. Everyone wants answers—Quinn most of all.

Things I Should Have Known by Claire LaZebnik
Chloe has decided that her older sister, Ivy, who’s on the autism spectrum, could use a boyfriend. Ethan is a sweet, movie-obsessed boy from Ivy’s special needs class. They’re perfect for each other, but not comfortable going out on their own. Chloe does her best to ignore Ethan’s brother, David, as they tag along. But soon Chloe realizes she doesn’t know everything, especially about her own heart.

Ten Miles One Way by Patrick Downes
Nest and Q walk through the city. Nest speaks and Q listens. Mile by mile, Nest tells Q about her life, her family, her past . . . and her Chimaera, the beast that preys on her mind and causes her to lose herself. Q knows only that his love for Nest runs deeper than the demon that plagues her thoughts, that he loves her in spite of—or perhaps because of—the personal battle she fights every day.


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